Google announced in April that it would allow unlimited meetings in its Google Meet video chat platform for all users until September 30, and it looks like the company is sticking to it. to this calendar After September 30, the free versions of Meet will be limited to meetings not exceeding 60 minutes
“We have nothing to communicate regarding the changes to the promotion and expiring advanced features,” a Google spokesperson told The Verge in an email on Friday “If that changes, we won’t miss not to let you know «
With the extension, anyone with a Google account can create free meetings with up to 100 people, with no time limit
On September 30, you’ll also have access to advanced features for G Suite and G Suite for Education customers, including the ability to meet up to 250 participants, live streams up to 100,000 people in one. domain and the ability to save meeting recordings on Google Drive These features are normally only available to G Suite « Enterprise » customers, which costs $ 25 per user per month
Google Meet and other video conferencing platforms continued Zoom’s meteoric rise during the coronavirus pandemic, with Meet surpassing 100 million daily participants in April
Of course, that delay means for most users who don’t want to upgrade to a paid Meet plan, it’s that they’ll have to limit their conference calls to 60 minutes or less not really seeing the downsides there.
World News – UA – PSA: Google Meet to Limit Meetings to 60 Minutes on Free Plans September 30
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